Magnificent visual essay of Oakland’s black barbers captured by photographer Brandon Tauszik
Check out the complete visual essay HERE

African Lens is an independent publication featuring and celebrating 
African photographers both in the motherland and across the diaspora. 
African Lens serve as an open window into the world of Africans shining a light on
 the beauty, rich and diverse culture of Africans both in the motherland and migrants to foreign land. 
Each page is carefully curated and engineered to share each photographer’s perspective.

Featured Photographers:

Ralph Chikambi, Habiba El Gendy, Emmanuel Afolabi, Carbon Copy
Yannis Guibinga, Cedric Nzaka, DidiWho, Samuel Ouedraogo.

Volume 2 features two covers, Motherland cover (representing African photographers 
in their homeland) and Diaspora cover (representing African photographers in the diaspora).

Motherland cover featuring a beautiful nostalgic portrait by Ivorian and Burkinab√© photographer Samuel OueDraogo. 
Diaspora cover featuring a mesmerizing portrait by Nigerian born, New York-based photographer Emmanuel Afolabi.

122 Pages
Softcover (8inx11in)

Africa 101 is an informative project that aims to educate and showcase the world on basic but relevant information on each African country.
Africa 101: Intro print design showcase a list of all African countries as well as interesting and true facts about Africa. 

Some of the interesting facts:

-Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest independent country, it has existed for over 3,000 years without being colonized.
-Ghana is geographically closer to the “center” of the Earth than any other country in the World.
-The Gambia is the smallest country in Africa followed by Swaziland.

Purchase print HERE

Designed by Aaron Yeboah Jr. 
© 2015. Africa 101 is an initiative by 2dots Space.

On July 1st 1960, 55 years ago today, Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah
 of Ghana proclaimed Ghana as a republic and became the country’s first president.

Happy Republic Day Mother Ghana

Photography: Tj Letsa

Design: Aaron Yeboah Jr.

I was recently interviewed by the creative folks over at Genteel Flair for their "Tastemakers" series.
Big thank you to Stephen Obisanya for the interview.
It is an honor.

Read the interview HERE

Flyte is a levitating lightbulb powered through the air.
Flyte is designed by Simon Morris and is currently is available for pre-order and funding over at Kickstarter.

In honor of the late Theodosia Okoh, designer of Ghana flag.
Designed by Aaron Yeboah Jr. 

Had the honor of curating and designing photographer Tiffany Phan’s street photography book. 
Tiffany Phan, 25, is a Sweden born self taught street photographer. 
Tiffany Phan’s photography is clam, minimal and unforced. Her work is predominantly
black and white photos focusing on symmetry, shadows and strangers. 

Tiffany Phan’s street photography book documents her travels from UK, Taiwan, Denmark, Japan,
 France, South Korea, Poland, China and Sweden. The book provides an insightful and refreshing
 look at the street culture, architecture and everyday life of people.

108 Pages
Softcover: 9.1 x 6.6 in
Hardcover: 11.7 x 8.3 in

Curated and Designed by 2dots Space

Purchase HERE